According to the NDC MPs, the Brief Commission’s report offered to Nana Addo on March 15, 2019, ought to be designed recognized to the public.
Ahead of the debate on the Vigilantism and Similar Offences Invoice which was initiated by the governing administration to tackle vigilante teams in the nation, the Position Member of Parliament’s Defence and Interior Committee, James Agalga said Nana Addo need to publish the Emile Quick Commission report.
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He mentioned that “If he fails to publish the contents of the report, the final decision to consider portion in the deliberations of the monthly bill or not is heading to be taken at the level of management and, so, for now we will not want to disclose what methods are up our sleeves.”
Addressing journalists in Parliament, Agalga mentioned that “When the time arrives, we shall advise ourselves properly.”
The Commission was established up by the President to investigate the violence that characterised the January 31, bye-election at Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency.
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The report is, having said that, nonetheless to be built known to the public following it submitted it to the President.